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History was made on Feb. 22, 1975 when the Queens College women’s basketball was part of the first women’s hoops game at Madison Square Garden. The inaugural game against Immaculata may have been a 65-61 loss, but to coach Lucille Kyvallos, it was a win for women’s equality in sports.. . . Read More
Brooke Point grad playing in China after stints in Hungary, France and Australia
Chay Shegog, 24, after a standout career at the University of North Carolina, headed overseas to play pro basketball after she was waived by the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA in 2012. The Brooke Point High School graduate first played in Hungary and since then she has also played with teams based . . . Read More
At the recent FIBA World Championships for Women, only two universities were represented on Team USA by more than one player. One of them, not surprisingly, was Connecticut with five players along with coach Geno Auriemma. The other was Baylor, as Brittney Griner and Odyssey Sims reunited as . . . Read More
Liza Graves loves October. The 31 days typically brim with enjoyment for her. Fall wins its annual tug of war with summer over the thermostat. The foliage turns vivid, and the great outdoors beckon. Graves, an avid runner, will add more trail running to her schedule during the ensuing weeks. . . Read More
This is the story of the growth of a business – one that is dedicated to creating change and enhancing the profile of women in sports. It entered the sports landscape to a mixture of praise and criticism. Calmly, it navigated the unknown while staying true to its mission of serving women who love . . . Read More
TUMWATER, Wash. -- As much as Isabel “Izzy” Campbell practices her dribble penetration and pull-up jump shot in basketball, she’s equally practicing on her other top-notch skill – painting. Black Hills’ sharp-shooting senior talks of her favorite sport the same way she does about favorite hobby outside the gym. . . . Read More
Casey Miller speaks Spanish better, and she enhanced her jump shot during the summer. Her knee feels better, too, as the former standout at West Valley High School and Merrimack University in Massachusetts enters her second season of professional women’s basketball in Spain.. . . Read More
To date, there have been a total of six slam dunks in WNBA games, including All-Star games. The first woman to ever dunk a basketball in a college game was Georgeann Wells on December 21, 1984. Wells, a 6' 7" center, dunked the ball while playing for West Virginia University against the University o. . . Read More

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